Grants fund 191 agencies
Agencies, hospitals and schools across Kentuckiana that serve children witth special needs got some great news from the WHAS Crusade for Children this week.
The Crusade sent out grant letters on July 1 to 191 organizations to let them know their requests will be funded from the $5,674,721 collected during the 62nd annual WHAS Crusade for Children. The 30-hour broadcast aired on WHAS11 television, 840WHAS radio and worldwide on WHAS11.com during the weekend of June 6 and 7. It’s America’s most successful local telethon.
This year, the University of Louisville received the most grant funding.
191 agencies, schools and hospitals received a total of 217 grants.
Click here to learn more about the Crusade grant process.
2015 WHAS Crusade for Children Grants
LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Adair Co. Board of Education $30,000.00
Allegro Dance Project $4,871.00
American Printing House for Blind $7,876.00
Americana Community Ctr. $5,000.00
Anchorage Independent Schools $43,173.50
Appalachian Regional Healthcare $12,333.14
Archdiocese of Louisville $50,764.00
ARHHC, Inc. $7,000.00
Asbury University $27,000.00
Baptist Health Foundation $66,975.00
Bardstown Independent Schools $30,000.00
Barren Co. Board of Education $5,500.00
Bell Co. Schools $60,000.00
Bellarmine University-DPT Program $38,000.00
Bellarmine University-Scholarships $9,500.00
Best Buddies International $7,500.00
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana $6,000.00
Bingham Child Guidance Clinic $56,000.00
Bluegrass Ctr. For Autism $30,000.00
Bluegrass Technology Ctr. $18,325.00
Boys & Girls Club of Bowling Green $12,500.00
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana $20,000.00
Breckinridge Co. Board of Education $43,600.00
Bullitt Co. Board of Education $50,000.00
Bullitt Co. YMCA $7,000.00
Burgin Independent Schools $3,288.35
Camp TESSA of Meade Co. $6,000.00
Camp TESSA, Inc. $9,000.00
Campbellsville Board of Education $15,542.00
Canaan Community Academy $14,000.00
Capital City Prep $20,000.00
Cardinal Hill Rehab Hospital $2,947.40
Carroll Co. Public Schools $7,800.00
CASA at Woodlawn $6,000.00
CASA of Bullitt County $12,000.00
CASA of Heartland $8,000.00
CASA of Lexington $10,000.00
CASA of Ohio Valley $8,000.00
CASA of S. Central Ky. $8,000.00
CASA of the River Region $6,300.00
Caverna Independent Schools $8,400.00
Central Kentucky Educational Coop $31,000.00
Cerebral Palsy KIDS Ctr. $27,000.00
Child Develop. Ctr. Of Bluegrass $5,200.00
Clark Co. Special Education Coop $21,950.00
Clark Co. Youth Shelter $4,500.00
Clarksville Community Schools $7,500.00
Cloverport Schools $55,112.00
Communities in Schools of Clark Co. $4,000.00
Community Action So. Indiana $13,000.00
Council on Developmental Disabilities $5,500.00
Ctr. For Women for Families $20,000.00
Ctr. For Courageous Kids $40,000.00
Cumberland Co. Board of Education $6,250.00
Cystic Fibrosis $8,000.00
DePaul School #1 – Capital $20,000.00
DePaul School #2 $20,000.00
Diocese of Covington $1,148.00
Dorman Preschool Ctr. $30,000.00
Down Syndrome of Louisville $20,732.00
Dream Riders of Kentucky $10,950.00
Dreams with Wings $15,000.00
Easter Seals West Kentucky $7,241.82
Eastern Kentucky University – Dept. of Special Education $13,750.00
Eastern Kentucky University – Dev. Disability Clinic $6,025.00
Eastern Kentucky University – Scholarships $20,000.00
Elizabethtown Independent Schools $17,600.00
Eminence Independent Schools $40,000.00
Englishton Park Presbyterian Ministries $5,000.00
Exceptional Equitation $4,721.00
Family & Children’s Place $40,000.00
Family Ark $10,000.00
Family Enrichment Ctr. $11,000.00
Family Scholar House $18,000.00
Father Maloney’s Boys & Girls Haven $108,875.00
FEAT of Louisville $12,000.00
Flaget Memorial Hospital $7,500.00
Floyd Memorial Foundation $35,000.00
Franklin Co. Board of Education $30,300.00
Frazier Rehab Institute $27,235.06
Friends School $20,000.00
Fund for the Arts $5,000.00
Gateway Community Action $8,000.00
Gilda’s Club Louisville $17,500.00
Greater Louisville Rowing Foundation $5,300.00
Greater Clark Co. Schools $11,000.00
Green Co. Board of Education $16,500.00
Green Hill Therapy $15,000.00
Green River Regional Educational Coop $10,000.00
Hancock Co. Public Schools $4,000.00
Hardin Co. Board of Education $42,500.00
Hardin Memorial Hospital – Capital $270,000.00
Hardin Memorial Hospital – Equipment $76,003.34
Harrison Co. Exceptional Learners $18,000.00
Harrison Co. Hospital $4,368.20
Hart Co. Schools $12,360.00
Henry Co. Public Schools $25,520.12
Heuser Hearing & Language $42,000.00
Home of the Innocents $150,000.00
Hospice of the Bluegrass $7,365.00
Indian Summer Camp $12,000.00
Indiana University $5,494.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – Assistive Technology $105,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – Autism Program $22,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – Deaf & Hard of Hearing $23,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – Early Childhood $6,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – Low Incidence $30,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – Physical Therapy Program $40,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – Visually Impaired Program $26,000.00
Jefferson County Youth Shelter $11,000.00
Jewish Community Center of Louisville $4,200.00
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana $3,553.12
Kentuckiana Children’s Ctr. $20,000.00
Kosair Children’s Hospital – Cardiology $150,000.00
Kosair Children’s Hospital – Emergency Dept. $50,000.00
Kosair Children’s Hospital – Emergency/Surgical $65,000.00
Kosair Children’s Hospital – Imaging Dept. $190,000.00
Kosair Children’s Hospital – Neurology Dept. $90,000.00
Kentucky Children’s Hospital $14,267.40
Kentucky Ctr. For Arts Foundation $35,000.00
Kentucky Ctr. For Special Children Services $62,000.00
Kentucky Educational Development Corp. $11,168.00
Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation $6,000.00
Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation $14,530.00
Kentucky School for the Deaf $53,745.00
Lake Cumberland Comm. Action $4,500.00
Larue Co. Public Schools $10,000.00
Learning Disabilities $2,608.00
Learning for Life/Boy Scouts $18,500.00
Lighthouse Promise $13,000.00
Louisville Ped. Therapy Ctr. $9,000.00
Madison Area Ed. Special Services $16,885.14
Madison Consolidated Schools $22,000.00
Marion Co. Board of Education $25,000.00
Meade Co. Board of Education $25,000.00
Mercer Co. Schools $7,373.00
Meredith-Dunn School $22,000.00
Middlesboro Independent Schools $9,569.00
Miracle Dancer Scholarship Foundation $4,920.00
Montgomery Co. Schools $30,000.00
Mountain Comprehensive Care Ctr. $13,500.00
Muscular Dystrophy Association $14,000.00
Nativity Academy of St. Boniface $15,000.00
Nelson County Schools $32,000.00
New Albany-Floyd County Schools $70,000.00
Newport Independent Schools $13,734.40
Northern Kentucky Children’s Law Ctr. $12,500.00
Northern Kentucky Coop for Ed. Services $5,095.00
Oldham Co. Board of Education $40,000.00
Orange Co. Rehabilitation $23,500.00
Our Lady of Peace $11,225.00
Owen Co. Schools $5,000.00
Owensboro Dance Theatre $7,250.00
Owensboro Health $35,000.00
Personal Counseling Services $41,000.00
Pitt Academy $27,000.00
Providence Self Sufficiency Ministries $20,000.00
Puzzle Pieces $22,000.00
Rauch, Inc. $17,000.00
Riley Children’s Foundation $8,000.00
Rockcastle Regional Hospital $14,108.00
South Central Kentucky Kids on Block $3,150.00
Seven Counties Services $40,000.00
Shelby Co. Schools $77,000.00
Southern Hills Counseling Center $12,000.00
Southern Indiana Rehab Hospital $20,983.60
South Central Area Special Education $30,000.00
Southwestern Jefferson Co. Schools $8,000.00
Spalding University $12,000.00
Spalding University – Enabling Technology $6,289.00
Special Olympics Kentucky $17,500.00
Spencer Co. Public Schools $40,000.00
Spina Bifida Assoc. of Kentucky $16,000.00
St. Francis School $12,000.00
St. Joseph Children’s Home $25,000.00
Summit Academy $15,000.00
Taylor Co. Board of Education $46,920.00
Telford Community YMCA $10,500.00
The Morton Center $25,000.00
The REATH Center $4,000.00
The Sunshine Center $10,000.00
University of Louisville – Scholarships #1 $21,500.00
University of Louisville Hospital $94,000.00
University of Louisville/Endocrinology $33,000.00
University of Louisville/ENT $30,000.00
University of Louisville/General Pediatrics $12,600.00
University of Louisville/Hematology/Oncology $30,000.00
University of Louisville/Neurology $175,000.00
University of Louisville/Weisskopf Genetics Clinic $9,000.00
University of Louisville/Weisskopf Learning Disorder $90,000.00
University of Louisville/Weisskopf STAR Program $126,000.00
Upside Therapeutic Riding $12,000.00
Uspiritus Grant #1 – Capital $39,008.50
Uspiritus Grant #2 $71,457.00
Visually Impaired Preschool Services – Indianapolis $15,000.00
Visually Impaired Preschool Services – Lexington $40,000.00
Visually Impaired Preschool Services – Louisville $84,000.00
Volunteers of America Kentucky $30,000.00
Washington Co. Schools $11,610.00
Wendell Foster’s Campus for Disabilities $13,896.00
West Clark Community Schools $18,000.00
West Point Independent Schools $22,000.00
Wilderness Trace Child Development $8,836.00
Western Kentucky University – Early Childhood Center $26,500.00
Western Kentucky University – Kelly Autism Program $18,000.00
Western Kentucky University – Scholarships $18,000.00
Woodford Co. Schools $9,316.00
YMCA – Safe Place 12,800.00
YMCA of Greater Louisville 15,000.00
YMCA of Harrison County 2,600.00
YouthBuild Louisville 3,000.00
Please be generous!
Firefighters are out on the streets collecting at road blocks. Please be generous. You can also donate directly here by clicking on the DONATE button above. And you can credit your local fire department.
THANKS for your support of children with special needs.
World Champion Golfer Crusade auction!
World Champion golfer Rory McIlroy has autographed some PGA one-of-a-kind golf items you can own…and support the WHAS Crusade for Children!
Our thanks to WHAS11’s own Joe Federle for organizing this great fundraiser idea.
Baby Calendar voting now over!
The voting deadline for the Crusade Baby Calendar has come and gone. The winners will be announced on the 62nd Annual WHAS Crusade for Children Sunday, June 7th at 8:00am EDT on WHAS11 and News Radio 840 WHAS.
Tune in then!
Events heating up for 62nd WHAS Crusade for Children
VIPS Lunch Time Cookout June 3rd
First Harrison Bank Jeffersonville Crusade Cook Out June 5th
Cruisin’ for the Crusade Open Car Show June 6th
Download an entry form for the car show, click here.
Charity Concert & Poker Run NEW DATE June 6th
Comedy Magician Mac King headlining Crusade Variety Show June 6th
Highview FD UofL & UK Helmet Raffle
McMahan FD UofL & UK Helmet Raffle
Buechel FD Cross-Stitch Raffle
Click here to download a flyer!
Pacers & Racers Barnyard Dash June 20
The 2015 Crusade Baby Calendar is available for just $10 at area Kroger stores or any branch of Republic Bank. Support the WHAS Crusade for Children and help make life better for children with special needs.
2016 babies needed!
Did you miss getting your baby into this year’s calendar? Click on the link above (banner ad) and enter your baby the 2016 Crusade Baby Calendar. New Year, new you and fun for your baby…oh baby! Make this your year.
JCPS is one of the Crusade’s largest donor groups
Since 1970, Jefferson County Public Schools employees have donated $3,650,384.43 to the WHAS Crusade for Children!
This makes JCPS employees one of the largest donor groups to the Crusade year after year…most years in the top five of all groups and organizations.
Bus Road-E-O is just one of many annual fundraisers
Events like dress-down-days, cookouts, dances and the famous Bus Road-E-O have forged a culture of Crusade giving by JCPS employees over the decades.
In 2009, Rick Caple of JCPS on the scene of a rainy Bus Road-E-O that year, said, “Not the best of days but neither rain, sleet…it kind of goes with how the school year’s been. Rain, ice, snow, wind. Everybody’s in a good mood today. So we’re enjoying the day!”
It’s that kind of spirit that has bonded a long standing partnership between JCPS and the WHAS Crusade for Children.
JCPS student has a voice
Imagine having a child diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder that causes developmental delays. One JCPS family found help for their son at agencies receiving support from the Crusade.
2008 video highlights JCPS student talents
The “I Sing America” choir, a group of Jefferson County Public School students in Louisville, Kentucky, sings the WHAS Crusade for Children theme, “One Dream, One Heart.”
2012 video shows the spirit of Wilt Elementary School
On Valentines Day 2012, the children of Wilt Elementary in Louisville chose to show their big hearts by carrying on a caring tradition. Wilt students raised a total of $5,824.07. That brings their total to more than $92,000 to the Crusade since 1985. Thank you Wilt students and staff.
More about the WHAS Crusade for Children and JCPS
- • 100% of each donation to the WHAS Crusade for Children goes to help children with special needs, and the money stays right here in Kentucky and southern Indiana.
- • The Crusade has provided Jefferson County Public Schools with over $9.2 million in grants since 1970 and empowered students with special needs to succeed.
- • Crusade grants have provided essential tools for students in the JCPS Exceptional Childhood Education program, such as education aids, vision aids, sensory-motor equipment, assistive technology equipment, and adaptive furniture.
- • Many of the items JCPS Exceptional Childhood Education requests from the Crusade could be purchased by donating $1-10 per paycheck during the JCPS Gives campaign.
- • Since 1954 the Crusade has helped millions of children by granting more than $160 million to schools, hospitals & agencies that serve children with special needs.
JCPS Crusade grants total more than $9.2 million
Over the decades, the WHAS Crusade for Children has granted more than $9.2 million to Jefferson County Public Schools. Below is the complete list.
See all JCPS grants from the Crusade
You can download the complete list of all grants that Jefferson County Public Schools has received from the WHAS Crusade for Children over the years, just click here.
The morning of October 15 was a special day for four fire departments and one very fine organization. They were all rewarded for their fundraising efforts for the 2014 WHAS Crusade for Children that was held in June. Crusade President & CEO Dawn Lee along with Crusade Board President Father Joe Graffis made the presentations during a special breakfast at the WHAS11 studios in downtown Louisville during the morning program “Great Day Live!”
The Walton Memorial Trophy is named in memory of “Mr. Crusade” Jim Walton who was host and emcee of the WHAS Crusade for Children from the very first Crusade in 1954 until 1979.
The trophy is awarded each year to the fire departments with the largest percentage increase in collections from last year to this year, within their category.
Phyllis Knight Award
In honor of pioneering broadcaster Phyllis Knight, the Crusade has created the Phyllis Knight award which goes to a business or organization with the largest percentage increase.
Walton Trophy Category 1 – Between $1,000 and $9,999
Sonora Fire and Rescue
2013 total: $2,573.91
2014 total: $9,926.91
Increase of 285.67%
Walton Trophy Category 2 – Between $10,000 and $49,999
West Point Fire Dept.
2013 total: 3,879.41
2014 total: $25,324.53
Increase of 552.79%
Walton Trophy Category 3 – Between $50,000 and $99,000
Louisville Fire Dept.
2013 total: $42,904.45
2014 total: $64,569.02
Increase of 50.49%
Walton Trophy Category 4 – Between $100,000 and above
Highview Fire Dept
2013 total: $108,325.22
2014 total: $109,588.08
Increase of 1.05%
Phyllis Knight Award – $25,000 and above
Archdiocese of Louisville
2013 total: $260,000
2014 total: $347,195
Increase of 34%
Bagdad Fire Department Ribeye dinner October 11
Special Needs East Transportation Viva Las Vegas October 11
Tri City Van and Storage Yard Sale October 17 & 18
The Tri City yard sale to benefit WHAS Crusade for Children will be held on October 17 & 18.
632 Industry Road
Louisville, KY 40208
For further information, contact Debbie Taylor at Tri City Van and Storage (502) 635-6811
WAVERLY HILLS HAUNTED HOUSE…Waverly Hills Haunted House & Mini Tours every Friday & Saturday Night
Waverly Hills Haunted House & Mini Tours every Friday & Saturday Night
Every Friday & Saturday night
September 26th – November 1st
Gates open at 7:30 PM & Close at midnight
Whoever is through the gates by midnight will get to go through.
Cost is $20.00 CASH per guest. You can go through the haunted house that is on the first floor of Waverly or take a mini tour that goes on the other floors of Waverly.
Not intended for the weak of heart. Not suggested for anyone under the age of 10 years old. NO ONE UNDER THE AGE OF 7 YEARS OLD ALLOWED.
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK…
PARKING $5.00 A CAR LOAD, PROFITS FORM PARKING GO TO: THE WHAS CRUSADE FOR CHILDREN.
You will receive (1) $5.00 off Zombie Shoot coupon per car.
Go to www.therealwaverlyhills.com for more details.
Crusade awards grants in south central Kentucky
WBKO-TV in Bowling Green has been a strong network partner of the WHAS Crusade for Children for more than a decade.
Thanks to General Manager Rick McCue and Weather Director Chris Allen for their ongoing support in spreading the goodness of the Crusade across South Central Kentucky.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — This year’s WHAS Crusade For Children is paying off for non-profits right here in south central Kentucky. Tuesday those groups were presented their checks by our very own Chris Allen in Bowling Green.
The dollar amounts were different for everybody. Each organization said the impact of every dollar will be huge.
“Their funding is vital to the success of our organization. It keeps us going. It keeps us hopeful. It keeps the creative juices flowing,” said ExecutiveDirector of VSA Kentucky, Delaire Rowe.
“This money is going to go toward our pediatric hospice program. We call it Courageous Kids. This brings us one step closer to bringing that program to Bowling Green,” said Hosparus of Manager of Community Relations, Melinda Hill.
During the Crusade For Children telethons a little more than $11,000 was raised in and around Warren County. The total amount given away from the overall drive was $195,000.
Photos from the grant presentation
Today University of Louisville medical programs which serve young patients received a grant in the amount of $578,664 from the WHAS Crusade for Children.
This funding will benefit more than ten programs which serve children with special needs.
“For the families that have a child with autism or a child with a learning disorder or a child with a seizure problem or chronic lung disease, all those types of children will benefit by the work that we’ll be able to do because of these funds,” said Dr. Jerry Rabalais, Department of Pediatrics chair.
This year’s grant from the Crusade bring the total granted to UofL programs to more than $5 million in the last ten years.
See 300 photos on Facebook from Crusade weekend, just click here. (Stay tuned, more photos to come!)
See a complete list of the fire departments, organizations and companies that donated to the 2014 WHAS Crusade for Children, just click here.
Watch and learn about the Crusade’s storied history
Kentucky Telco teams up with Craig & Landreth
Donations for the 61st WHAS Crusade for Children continue to come in. Craig and Landreth Cars and Kentucky Telco Credit Union presented Crusade CEO Dawn Lee with a check for $5,900. For the second year in a row, Kentucky Telco donated $60 for every car loan generated by Craig and Landreth customers.
Resthaven Memorial Park donation
Carly Ruckriegel and Debbie Sherrill presented Crusade CEO Dawn Lee with a check for $3,805.22. The Resthaven Memorial Park staff and Boy Scout Troop Pack 175 raised the money over Memorial Day weekend by handing out flags for donations to the Crusade and by grilling hotdogs and hamburgers.
Milwaukee Tools raffle for 2015
Bailey Tools and the Okolona Fire Department are giving would-be carpenters the chance to win an instant workshop. Your raffle ticket could get you more than twenty Milwaukee tools. President of Bailey Tools, Steve Bailey gives you a look at what’s up for grabs. The drawing will be held June 6, 2015 during the 62nd WHAS Crusade for Children.
Win dinner from Middletown Fire
Cumberland County Motorcycle Ride June 1
Camp Taylor Fire District Crusade Fundraisers
Cruisin’ for the Crusade Car Show June 7
Click here to download an official entry form and to get more details.
Bardstown Run June 7
Henryville Lunch, Dinner & Auction June 7
McMahan Fire Crusade Raffles!
Kentucky Telco teams with Craig & Landreth to help Crusade
Sellersburg Volunteer Fire Etched Mirror Giveaway
Mystique Nails and Spa Crusade offer
Coupon books available at Kroger!
Prima Natural Soap supports Crusade
Pacers and Racers Barnyard Dash June 21
Joe Huber’s Craft Show & Balloon Glow July 26
Pizza Ribbons for the Crusade!
Shred for the Crusade
Your old paper could mean new money for the WHAS Crusade for Children. The owners of Greenway Shredding and Recycling have come up with a unique way to raise money for the Crusade. Drop your documents by the company’s Watterson Trail location and get them shredded for a donation to help children with special needs.
Greenway Shredding & Recycling
2318 Watterson Trail
Louisville, KY 40299
Phone: (502) 749-0390
Crusade Ambassadors Kick Off Jam May 21
Crusade Ambassador Kick Off Jam Auction Items
1.) Four Historic Tram Tour tickets, one Mega Zips ticket, and one Mega Quest ticket. The Historic Tram tour is a fun SUV-pulled tram ride that lasts about 60 minutes. It covers history, geology, mining techniques, as well as the green building technology and how they recycle down in the Louisville Mega Cavern. The Mega Zips is a 2 hour thrilling and exhilarating adventure that will take you into never before seen sections of the man-made cavern. The tour is 6 zip lines and 3 challenge bridges, including a dual racing zip, that lead you through some of the 17 miles of underground passageways beneath the city of Louisville. The Mega Quest is an Aerial challenge and ropes course with 76 different obstacles. Tickets for this adventure are for a three hour time span.- value $158
2.) “Experience Z” Discount Card from Z Salon & Spa. The card has a value of $50 and can be used on any service at Z Salon & Spa. It cannot be redeemed for cash or used for products.
3.) Two sets of 10 admission tickets for paintball at The Fun Farm in Lanesville, IN (20 tickets total). Each ticket is valid for one (1) full day play session, field fees, insurance, paintball marker, safety goggles & protective mask. The 300 paintballs & air must be purchased at the field. Value up to $350 for each set of 10
4.) Perfect North Slopes, two admission tickets for either eight hours of skiing/snowboarding OR unlimited snow tubing. Valid Monday-Thursday (non-holiday) only.- value $90.00
5.) Four admission tickets for the Muhammad Ali Center. value of $36.
6.) Four 2014 Louisville Slugger Bat tickets next to the dugout.
7.) Spring Meet at Churchill Downs, eight seats in a finish line box.
8.) Mercury Ballroom for two upcoming concerts: 80’s Prom 6/21 – 10 tickets and Yacht Rock Revue 7/27 – 10 tickets.- Tickets are valued at $16 each
9.) Churchill Downs Backside Tour and Breakfast at Worlds Famous Wagner’s
Pharmacy for four.- Priceless
10.) Studio 151 Haircut/blow dry- worth $50.00
11.) Bachman Auto Group Lube, Oil, & Filter- three gift certificates- worth $37.95 each
12.) Behind the scenes tour for Great Day Live. Description below: “It’s the hit 9:00am weekday show on WHAS11! Go behind the scenes; sit in the director’s and producer’s chairs; meet the co-hosts Terry Meiners and Rachel Platt. This is must-see TV for thee!”- Priceless
13.) Two UofL Basketball Tickets
14.) Huber Farm Gift Basket- value $75.00
15.) Two UofL Football Tickets (9/27/14, Wake Forest game)- value $70.00
16.) Brew at the Zoo VIP Two Tickets, August 23rd- value $200.00
17.) Merkley Kendrick Jewlers Gift Card- value $100
18.) Sky Zone, two free 60 minutes jump passes for the event.- valued at $13.00 a piece.
19.) Four Roses Gift Basket
20.) Guitar and Drums from Mojo Bay